#VFRINGE17 REVIEW: ‘And The Rope Still Tugging Her Feet’ – Caroline Burns Cooke

At times uncomfortable in its subject matter, at times cartoonish in its physicality, but always moving and a piece that will stay with me for a long time to come, Caroline Burns Cooke’s ‘And The Rope Still Tugging Her Feet’ is a piece of theatre deserving of a place outside of the Fringe scene, and one that I challenge any audience member to walk away unaffected.

#VFRINGE17 REVIEW: ‘Uncle Richard’ by Tell Tale Theatre

Tell Tale Theatre has created a wonderful, intelligent piece with beautiful costumes, thought provoking insights and first rate acting that you would be loath to miss.

If you’re around Ventnor tonight, please, pick up a ticket to see Uncle Richard at Trinity Theatre, 6pm. You won’t regret it!

#VFRINGE17 REVIEW: ‘The ‘Just-So’ Grandad’ by Olly Fry

After the success of Olly Fry’s ‘I, Hooky’ and ‘The Story of Wendy And Jill’ I was very excited to see his newest creation ‘The ‘Just-So’ Grandad’ and for the most part it lived up to Olly’s reputation. Despite following a similar frantic reminiscent style to ‘I, Hooky’ , this production felt very different to watch. The…

#VFRINGE REVIEW: ‘Exit the King’ by Theatre Reviva

EXIT THE KING by Felicity Fair Thompson Performed by Graham Pountney The stage is set: a room, bare save for a table bearing papers, wine flask and goblet and a large Bible; a plain wooden armchair and portraits on the walls, including Mary, Queen of Scots, James I and Elizabeth I – forebears of King…